Exclamation Icon Leaks, Odor or Emergencies 877.427.4321
811 Icon Call Before You Dig
Dial 811
Exclamation Icon Leaks, Odor or Emergencies 877.427.4321
811 Icon Call Before You Dig
Dial 811

Community Service

Atlanta Gas Light employees are inextricably woven into the communities we are privileged to serve. We maintain local offices across our service territory, you might see our crews working in your neighborhood or find us at community events.

Opportunities for employees to volunteer for community outreach are available with the Atlanta chapter of Habitat for Humanity and the Junior Achievement of Atlanta, just to name a few. We also welcome opportunities to visit schools to educate students about careers in natural gas and natural gas safety. Additionally, the second week in May is Volunteer Week at Atlanta Gas Light, where employees participate in volunteer activities both big and small. 

Watch and listen to Atlanta Gas Light President Bryan Batson talk about our commitment and service to the communities where our customers live and work. 


Safety First
Atlanta Gas Light hosted a Winter Fire Safety Expo on Sat., Feb. 11 in the atrium of Atlanta’s City Hall. 

Disaster Relief
Georgia Power and Atlanta Gas Light presented a $20,000 donation to the Southwest Georgia Red Cross  to assist Georgians impacted by severe storms.

Savannah Toy Drive
In December 2016, Atlanta Gas Light team members from the Savannah service center delivered 1,800 toys for children to the Dwaine and Cynthia Willett Children's Hospital. Team members started collecting toys in June at five regional locations throughout Southeast Georgia. They also built a toy house for Santa's helpers to dig into to find the right toy for every boy and girl.

Volunteer Week
The second week in May is Volunteer Week at Atlanta Gas Light. In 2016, work continued on our 27th Atlanta Habit for Humanity build, while other employees enjoyed volunteering at Westside Elementary’s Field Day, where they stayed young at heart by tossing water balloons, playing baseball and tug-of-war. Employees also spent time picking up trash by hand from nearby roadways, fences and plant beds in Vidalia and Jesup.